Gone Wild

Dr. Richard Hebda

Host Larry Pynn chats with Dr. Richard Hebda, a curator (Botany and Earth History) at the Royal British Columbia Museum for more than 34 years and an adjunct professor (Biology, Earth and Ocean Sciences) at the University of Victoria for 30 years.

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The Bird Man – David Allen Sibley

Author and illustrator of The Sibley Guide to Birds, David Allen Sibley talks about the new, second edition of his highly acclaimed reference book on North American birds.

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Jeff and Sue Turner: Behind The Lens

Jeff and Sue Turner, residents of Princeton, BC, have been producing nature documentaries for 30 years, for broadcasters such as BBC and PBS. Jeff and Sue speak with Gone Wild host Larry Pynn about some of their greatest experiences around the globe, how they get those special images, and the ethics of filming wild animals. […]

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The Once and Future World

The Once and Future World
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An interview with award-winning author James MacKinnon, whose new non-fiction book, The Once and Future World, is the basis for a Rewilding Vancouver exhibition currently on at the Museum of Vancouver.

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Legend Of The Sea

Phil Nuytten, of Nuytco Research, talks about his remarkable career and the future of ocean exploration in this conversation with Vancouver Sun environment reporter Larry Pynn.

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Charlie Russell and the Great Bears

Vancouver Sun environment reporter Larry Pynn speaks with Charlie Russell, son of the late Andy Russell, about his unique adventures with bears in Siberia and Canada and his perspectives on how bear and man can co-exist.

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Explorer Mike Fay

Vancouver Sun environment reporter Larry Pynn talks with National Geographic explorer-in-residence Mike Fay of the Wildlife Conservation Society about his concerns over the impact of mining development in northern BC and Alaska.

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Adventurer Pat Morrow

Adventurer Pat Morrow
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Host Larry Pynn speaks with Pat Morrow, an East Kootenays resident who climbed Mount Everest in 1982 and ascended the summits of the highest peaks on seven continents in 1986.

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